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Flexi-SchoolDyslexia is a unique provision offering 6-11 year olds, and 14-16 year olds, struggling with dyslexia & related issues, the opportunity to access specialist, multi-sensory teaching in small groups of six (1:3 teacher ratio) during the school day. Pupils attend FSD on a part-time basis registered as 'educated offsite' (Code B) so they keep their place at their mainstream school in order to enjoy a full curriculum.
Here's how it started...
We have been planning for the future at FSD and we are very keen to offer our successful methods of teaching to as many children with dyslexia, in and around Kent, as possible.
So, we are very excited to confirm that we will be increasing our sessions in their current format for our primary aged children from September 2019, but we will also be opening up our teaching to secondary school children, from Years 9 to 11, also from September 2019.
Depending upon the individual secondary pupil's needs, sessions may include Touch Typing, Mind Mapping Skills & Technology, Handwriting, Inference, Comprehension, Planning & Exam Skills.
For more information or if you are interested in any of our primary or secondary places at FSD, please contact Lucy Smith straight away on firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are so happy that, after a very successful visit to FSD in October 2017, Dr. Tracy Packiam Alloway agreed to become our Patron in support of the unique approach our provision provides children with dyslexia, particularly in the area of working memory.
We are truly honoured that this world renowned psychologist supports our work, and know that this will only help us achieve more for children struggling with specific learning difficulties in the future.